Together for four years now, the American-based four-piece band known as Morning Trips have an expansive sound that has been described as ‘influenced by a gumbo of dream pop, shoegaze, R&B, and 80s music,’ by the Northwest Florida Daily News.
Morning Trips aim to be for all collections of people as they morph through soundscapes with their diverse approach to creating. Dunking into the founding punk-era nostalgia and saccharine synth mixed in for good measure, the blend of comforting yet pulsating feelings ripple and resonate further with each riff.
As we take our attention to the eccentric offering of their latest single, “Assault,” Morning Trips unveils this genre-bending composition with utter confidence. The effortless blend of sustaining guitar riffs, colossal percussion, infectious rhythm designated through the bassline, and of course the smoldering timbres gleaming words that require action, the buoyant quintessence of “Assault,” has Morning Trips gunning for the top.
Through a thriving approach that tears through the spectrum of any cookie-cutter sound, the impetuous and unapologetic essence of this compelling track is one that is destined to stay on your mind long after the song comes to a halt. Addressing a narrative that is apparent now more than ever, the band takes their pent-up frustration and unleashes it in a high octane performance that delivers the weighty subject matter of how quickly unjust policies discriminate against everyday people.
Propelling through your speakers with a mission of not only showcasing the vitality that runs through Morning Trips artistic agility, but the importance of fortifying a vibrant structure in the resonance conveyed, this record takes its focus to their blat